The Silver Ferns face a mammoth task to hold onto the Taini Jamison Trophy when they take on England in the deciding Test in Christchurch tonight.
The Ferns confirmed this afternoon that injury has ruled out both their captain and vice-captain from the must-win clash. After taking the first Test by six, the Roses beat the Ferns by 10 two nights ago and will fancy their chances again, against a depleted New Zealand side.
Sports reporter Bridget Tunnicliffe is in Christchurch.
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